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A charming resort sat along the east coast of Majorca, Sa Coma caters to all types of holidaymaker with numerous shops, restaurants and of course, no lack of sunshine – which can be enjoyed along the beautiful sandy beach found here. The location of this resort means you can also explore some of the surrounding areas of Majorca during your Sa Coma holidays, including the buzzing, seaside hub of Cala Millor which is sat just 5km up the coastline. Here visitors can spend time relaxing on the pristine golden beaches and the shallow seabed provides the perfect spots for families to splash around, as well as offering some great snorkelling sites for those keen to take a peek below the water’s surface.
Sa Coma attractions
With its gorgeous sandy beach and family-friendly atmosphere, holidays in Sa Coma are the perfect getaway. If you're lucky enough to be heading here on a holiday, check out our list of top things to do in Sa Coma for some inspiring ideas.
If you don’t mind travelling a little further up the coastline, Canyamel is situated just 17km away and offers an area of rich history – ideal for those seeking a day off from sunbathing, though there is a stunning, undisturbed beach here should you be unable to resist a quick tan top-up! Take a guided tour through the majestic and fascinating Cuevas de Artá, spectacular caves surrounded by mountains, you can explore this natural, underground creation throughout the year, and it is sure to make for a memorable experience for both adults and children alike. Any holiday to Spain would be incomplete without sampling some of the fabulous local flavours. From traditional tapas and paella to sweet churros and ever-popular sangria – there is much to treat your taste buds to during your holidays to Sa Coma.
Holidays in Sa Coma have a wide variety of restaurants on offer for you to indulge in some of the local cuisine as well as some of the home comforts such as fish and chips. On offer is notable dishes such as tapas and there is also a large selection of local seafood. Many of the restaurants are located on the beach front and so you can enjoy your food while looking at the perfect backdrop of the sea. If you are looking for some nightlife then head to Cala Millor where you while find plenty of bars and discos for you to enjoy a drink or two.